DC Universe and Warner Bros. If you like your superheroes angry and dark (literally dark - it's hard to follow the action in the trailer), then Titans, which doubles down on the DC Extended Universe's grit, is for you.
Though the likes of Netflix and Hulu initially dominated the market, Amazon has expanded their Prime Video offerings substantially, and many TV networks now have their own on-demand streaming services.More news: United Kingdom police identify nerve agent poisoning suspects as Russians
DC Universe streaming service announced their arrival with a bang at San Diego Comic-Con by releasing the first trailer for the Titans series on Thursday.
Spoilers: he's sold. Over on Twitter, Smith drew a line between the mild-mannered Robin of old and the one starring in Titans, who drops F-bombs and stands on people's necks without so much as batting an eyelid.More news: Fox's Kimberly Guilfoyle Leaving Network To Campaign With Boyfriend, Don Jr
The show seems to be borrowing from the legendary Marv Wolfman and George Perez New Teen Titans in which Raven's trouble with her demonic father, Trigon, inspires her to seek the help of younger, more rebellious heroes - but with a decidedly more violent twist. Joining them along the way are the hot-headed Starfire and loveable Beast Boy. While the MCU might be dominating the theaters right now, a new subscription service called "DC Universe" is launching later this year with all of the superhero content you could ask for. "Together they become a surrogate family and team of heroes". Let us know in the comments section below.
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